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Outlook 2000 shared on intranet?

By dmrome ·
Can Outlook 2000 be used with a shared database of contacts & schedules by users on a Win 98 peer-2-peer network? Multiple users modifying the same list of contact names & schedule ?

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by Inspectorclave In reply to Outlook 2000 shared on in ...

The only way to do that would be to have each machine configured to allow each other permission to view/manipulate the other's information. To do this, you can try right clicking on the container in question (Contacts, for example) and selecting Properties. Click on the Permissions tab and set the Defaul user right to Reviewer (if you want the other people to have "read only" acces) or Editor (if you want them to be able to make changes).

In a domain environment, all schedules, contacts, etc. are stored on the Exchange server. In a peer-to-peer environment they are stored on the local machines.

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by suemvp In reply to Outlook 2000 shared on in ...

Yes, you need to use the Outlook Net Folders feature. (Outlook files themselves cannot be shared.) Just choose File | Share to get started. See http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/netfolders.htm for more details.

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